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"harvard one" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
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"harvard one" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Where they had to do it but it was drive through. They had they had this last year. But it was like you can drive through this time and pick up your stuff. So and people did it but actually went to this and they were like. Oh faira how's it going. Thanks for coming to the echo lounge. And she was like. I'm going to yell. I said she's a wanted woman. Now that she secured her transcript from harvard. She wasn't even there that long. How much transcript could have and told us with a straight face. Yale and several other law schools are now recruiting. I have a question. When did this become law. School wasn't wishy going for law school. No okay so now. She's going to law school. Which of the hooligans got abraham's number and said hi farah. It's me yale. Are you interested in law school. I didn't like how did it become law school. Wasn't she doing like just like a a business program or something and she was taking writing classes because she wanted to be a writer. Fair abraham thinks the pelican brief is like a pelican and underwear. Okay so i. This is going to be a problem. Maybe she wants to go to law school as you can see harvard. Maybe it's a retroactive. Maybe she feels like she needs justice and so she leaving but she lives in california. Why would you go to law school. Why would you. Why would you just not do that. Kim kardashian did you hire someone to help you. Pass the whatever the bars. Very abraham knows about two colleges. One is harvard one is yale. She went to undergrad. Which was the art institute of fort lauderdale. we'd good for fair abraham. She really knows how to maintain attention. I mean this story has now gone on for weeks and it was literally like barely a blip it or should deserves barely a blip and yet i'm give i've given it my full attention for a while. I'm not it's not like i'm rather hear more about faira. Abraham trying to get into yale law. School that i would about the emmys for supporting actor in a drama series goes to there abraham. Here's a page. six line exclusive. This isn't exclusive from september. Twenty twenty one. Kim whitley once mistook marlin williams's pena's for quote a small bat. We and then the next day she in page six. You have the leg day. Recalls.
"harvard one" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ripped protection from evictions rent moratoriums without having to credit problems on the back end mortgage moratoriums. We need everybody to give a living wage. He's ran on that We don't need that to happen two years ago that needs to happen now. Public health officials that advisers one from Harvard one from U. C, L, A and one from Drexel. Said to us that the fishers of poverty and racial disparity is what has given this covert such a hole in our society, and they reminded us that while people are dying There's a second this aggregation, poor and low wealth. People are really the ones die, whether they're white or black, because they are the ones that are the essential workers. They have the ones in the jobs that are low wages there that wants a job that didn't have health care and so poor and lower. People are dying at a disparity number and we've got to change that. You know Reverend Barber. I'm thinking about the history of the 19 sixties when President Kennedy and then President Johnson took office, and they were pro civil rights more or less, but Martin Luther King was pushing them to get more serious and get more real. Is there anything from that history that could help model from today or for today how major civil rights leaders like yourself and others could exert the most influence. I think that we have to understand. Like Dr King did that The movement must be intersectional and interracial that we must take up the issues, not just what affects black people. But what affect all of us are often when I'm in the south and in Appalachia. I teach people sometimes all white audience. I'll talk to them about first map. I put up on the board that help them see As I showed them the map on voter suppression, racist voter suppression. And then after that, I overlay that map with poverty. And I showed them all the people that get elected because of race of ocean pressure and where they stand on living wages and health care and dealing with poverty and nine times out of 10. In that room, people would say, Wait a minute. Do that again. When I showed him again, they said what we're being played against women up, and I said exactly right. That is why voting rights has to be as much of issue for white folk and Aziz dealing with where they just has to be an issue for black folks. It's not separate. That's one of the legacies of Dr King. You know, he said to us in 1965, we often don't read. This speech, the one at the end of the Selma to Montgomery. He said that the reason we had a segregated society after 18 68 after the first reconstruction was because of the fear of the aristocracy of the masses of Negroes and white people, joining together to deal the beloved community and create the kind of voting bloc. Dr. King knew that that that was even around the voters. Bright Billy went just to get voting rights for black people. It was create. Fusion coalitions are black and white and brown People building a political base. The change reality So we have to do we have to engage in that way. I think that We have to realize that politics is not just about getting people elected, but it's about pushing people. For instance, Johnson got elected in 64 right, he beat Goldwater. The soup of the movement stood behind him, but but not long after he was inaugurated in January, the movement was in self. They didn't wait. They started pushing him even though he didn't get elected to do voting rights. They pushed him to do that. They change the context and that's what the political context and that's what we have to Could you see yourself or anyone else right now? And I mean potentially you With the access that you have with the power of your voice with his much is your movement has gotten out. As the Martin Luther King to Biden's Kennedy or Johnson. Would you want that role? Well, I know what I see my role as is doing what the Lord has called me to do. And I'm very seriously as a Christian preacher that the first Scripture that Jesus preached while the spirit of the Lord of the funding to preach good news to the poor, and the word port is for tacos, that means those who've been made poor because of economic exploitation. That's the Greek translation of those ancient words. You know this movement and with my culture, Reverend Doctor list your Harris. We've decided we're to be servants of a movement. And what we do is we put people in the room. We believe in the agency of Poor know where people you know. We decide to have this meet with the transition team. They invited a few of us. We said no. We can't meet like that. They said what they should know who you wanna bring. We say we want to bring a bunch of people with us. That's how many was probably 30 because the uniqueness of Dr King remember how he what he said the poor people's campaign. I'm taking poor people to the capital. We're going to stay there. Until the nation ships they was shot. Before he was able to do that. But that was his goal to use whatever strength he had Whatever personality here whatever power here whatever persuasion he had, along with Latino leaders like Cesar Chavez and native leaders and the welfare right women to gather poor people to bring them to the nation's capital because he believed in that agency. I still believe in the agency, a poor lower people whether they're from Appalachia, Alabama look a lot of North Dakota, whether they're happy or Latino, whether they are from Montana or Mississippi. That's who we're organizing and that, and that's the only group that can fundamentalist shift this nation and shift the politics of this nation..
"harvard one" Discussed on PRI's The World
"List. And bring home to people around you. Tunisian singer immelt matt ludi by the way the annual international music festival global fest is not happening in person this year but it is happening online all this week. Tonight is the second night of global fast and emil is forming. You can catch her set and the three other shows tonight at global fast dot. Org you're listening to the world if you really want to understand. The social impact of the pandemic consider this across the globe. More than two hundred million kids are not in school and are now learning remotely. That's about one in eight students. Worldwide according to unesco for mirror levinson a professor of education at harvard one thing has become increasingly clear just seeing an ever increasing exacerbating of inequality levinson spoke with us. Today as part of our regular facebook live discussions which we co-sponsor with harvard's chan school of public health. Levinson schools are more than a place to learn. They offer social support and for many kids..
"harvard one" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Ken Cronies Doug Stefan here. With a return to this cholesterol vaccine. You and I have talked about a vaccine that is self administered that I might be using. This is for people who don't react well to the regular statins, or it doesn't work fast enough. Is this stuff that we're talking about? Is that what this is? Or is this something that's in addition To that which is maybe now available the injectables that we have right now, which are very effective. You have to give either every two or four weeks and the difference with this is that you only have to give it once every six months. And it works by a similar ultimate pathway to dramatically lower your bad LDL by 50%. But the amazing differences will only once every six months. It's called in Cleese Saran. It's being made by Novartis. And it'll go under the brand name of lengthy O l E V. I O look for approval of this by the American FDA, probably in December the end of December and this will dramatically change how we treat elevated cholesterol for people, you know who are on statins. It's going to really change and I think in the future Will be studies on younger people. Dr Bruen wall that Harvard One of the Giants, in in medicine, is very much in favour of this idea of getting to the youth early and dramatically dropping the bad cholesterol and dramatically changing the whole course of heart disease in America coronary artery disease. And this is the one product that could could be a huge Jing. Game change. I'm very excited about this. How expensive is it? Well, we don't know yet. You know, it hasn't been approved, and But the exciting thing is that Europe who has their own FDA, the committee that acts on this and recommends just like in America. There's a committee that recommends the FDA and usually, the FDA goes by the committee recommendations. The Europeans Committee. Ah, week and a half ago two weeks ago recommended approval so I would expect in Europe. This will be approved very shortly and again. The American FDA gave no Varda certain safety and effective guidelines before they started this study because everyone realizes what an amazing game changer this would be Of what nerve artist needed to do to get approval and of artists with their study made all of the safety and effectiveness real goals that the FDA set before the study started, so everybody's expecting this to be approved. It's next to a preventive cardiologists. This is very exciting well, but what are the long term effects? That was one of the things about Staten? Someplace well, here that status may contribute to dementia, brain hardening of you know that kind of stuff. So how do we know what the long term impact of this is going to be if it's Just now being tested, And you don't know what's gonna happen in 30 years. Well, you know, you know, you know, I mean, you don't know that really, for any drug you take, except if it's been around 30 is the statins have been around since the mid 19 eighties and testing so they've been around a very long time. And we know ah lot about their safety, but The injectables have been on the market a little over five years, and they're showing great safety profile. So far, you know, in 50 years, you just don't know. But all the safety guidelines set by the FDA for increased around have been met. And and and you know, you have to risk versus benefit and to drop your LDL 50%. And you know, we've got to keep following the safety. I mean, it's It's an amazing breakthrough. Certainly something that I'm concerned about and a lot of people are and there seems to be, you know. When you get a scare putting you like, If you don't do this in 10 years, you'll be dead. If you do stuff, you know, might not have thought about before. All right, so there's the good news. Andi. It's all part of you can hear more about it..
"harvard one" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"A work after year insert and patient care and half the year in the lab, doing R and D and studying and writing papers and so by the fault there already for a boarding, R and B for a patient, And so it's just If the grand plan for us well, I'm sure they're glad to have the advocacy because you started early on one of the first meetings. I went to that you hosted You had three Leading doctors. I think one of them was Harvard. One of them from here in Dallas, either UT southwestern or Parkland. Uh, tell us about the doctors that have gotten involved with you were very, very black, and it started through a patient. Our patients were the ones who introduced us to the doctors, because when you don't have an organization and a background, difficult to navigate the systems, so the patients would walk in the door to meet these doctors, and then just have a talk with over out and we help you. And so we did. We called in the chief of plastic surgery for Harvard. And we have UT southwestern here and dollars to Parkland Hospital And then that spread where the doctors would connect us to other doctors, and then we start showing up a symposium. One of the big things for sons of the flag that we continue to show up, whether the patient or a family that needs our support or compose them for burn care, or they're so we always have an outfit or at least the team leader there to show up and represent the cause and bring back the knowledge and information how we proceed. And we know what our picture look well, you know the future. For poor burn care much, much brighter than ever. And the reconstruction work that you do for the families is absolutely incredible. You actually helped the family. Through the process. That's right. So this is the could've grabbed. What leave there is called Mission reconstruct freedom. So if you're a burn patient in the country or a family member, you can go to some of the flag dot org's Type.
"harvard one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"That reminds me of something I used to say on the radio and I mean I haven't set it in years I mean really long ago I would on occasion just say into the microphone I get paid very well to say the obvious there are bad policemen there are bad doctors there are bad lawyers they're a bad truck drivers there are bad teachers all the majority of I the question to be asked of leftists it on the rare occasion they will locate you without defaming you do you believe that the majority of police officers are bad men or women that's that's the issue the issue was not too bad cops exist it's are they the norm do you know how many despicable people there are in the sciences you probably don't but gradually you will twelve hundred you know that two epidemiologists supported the twelve hundred in it the Atlantic just yesterday or the day before a Harvard one and somewhere else yes there is a difference healthwise between demonstrating at four the.
"harvard one" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's so obvious that reminds me of something I used to say on the radio and I mean I haven't set it in years I mean really long ago I would on occasion just say into the microphone I get paid very well to say the obvious there are bad policemen there are bad doctors there are bad lawyers they're a bad truck drivers there are bad teachers all the majority of I the question to be asked of leftists it on the rare occasion they will locate you without defaming you do you believe that the majority of police officers are bad men or women that's that's the issue the issue was not too bad cops exist it's are they the norm do you know how many despicable people there are in the sciences you probably don't but gradually you will twelve hundred you know that two epidemiologists supported the twelve hundred in it the Atlantic just yesterday or the day before a Harvard one and somewhere else yes there is a difference healthwise between demonstrating at four the.
"harvard one" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"We're back our two at the races on this Thursday and this week Earlier in the week we were you know looking to get a little will rogers perspective and the guy the guy that I know in Tulsa. It's been a number of years. When I lived in Kansas City I used to make sales calls Tulsa and would come down and say the camelot in and I can't remember Scott Young joins us. I can't remember Scott if that's on Yale or Harvard one or the other China take. That's all I remember I'd come into Tulsa Tulsa was so much fun and it was a young salesman so getting down to the guy that I you know my go-to Guy for Oklahoma is Clark Brewster and Clark said you know what that Scott Young and so it's a real pleasure to have Scott joins US good morning. Good Morning Steve. Are you excellent? Excellent and happy to get John. I I was going to have yesterday and we were. GonNa talk about you. Know the the runners and I apologize to the listeners. A little bit because we could have given him a couple of winners but Clark said Have Scott on. He can tell you everything you need to know about. Will Rogers and you guys horsemen during this meat. I mean it's gotta be it's gotTa be pretty interesting for you to have all this attention or definitely been fun. And we've we've gotten a lot of attention across a across the world essentially with this being. The only game in town on Monday Tuesdays and Wednesdays are are handled because of.
"harvard one" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of emergency declared earlier today here in Massachusetts and nationally the trump administration says it's going to expand access to corona virus testing kit state lawmakers here in Massachusetts right now trying to work on a fifteen million dollar fund that would be solely dedicated to fighting the outbreak and in Everett the encore Boston Harbor casino says so far has not seen a drop off in business because of the virus and of course we had a state of emergency declared by the governor today we'll get back to that in a minute but in Washington president trump earlier today spoke with reporters on Capitol Hill after meeting with Senate Republican president trump said he had a great meeting with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill and there is unity on what to do to stimulate the economy the president would not give details on what was discussed and whether there was pushback on his idea of a payroll tax cut this is a great feeling about doing a lot of things and that's one of the things we talk Karen Travers ABC news the White House we're getting more signs tonight of just how hard the airline industry's been hit by covert nineteen you know federal filing United says it anticipates in may it will cut at least twenty percent of flights and will cancel flights on a rolling ninety day basis until it sees signs of a recovery United CEO and president say they will both four go one hundred percent of their base salaries until at least the end of June this comes less than a week after United announced cuts to its schedule in April American jet blue and delta have also announced they are reducing their schedules because of declining demand Alex stone ABC news students at several schools around the state got the same message over the past twenty four hours after spring back up break don't come back WBZ TV's bill shields has more from Harvard one of the school the school is doing it for the safety of us faculty and students virtual.
"harvard one" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Super Tuesday the residents now have a mini city hall in hopes of helping to get more work resources out to communities that need them and movie goer in Worcester says some are rather framing him says some unwelcome guests showed up to the A. M. C. thirteen last weekend a group of mine let's get back to our top story the corona virus a state of emergency declared by the governor earlier today now in Washington right now the White House coronavirus task force is holding its daily briefing earlier today president trump spoke with reporters on Capitol Hill Karen Travers was there president trump said he had a great meeting with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill and there is unity on what to do to stimulate the economy but the president would not give details on what was discussed and whether there was pushback on his idea of a payroll tax cut this is a great feeling about doing a lot of things and that's one of the things we talk Karen Travers ABC news the White House and we're getting more signs now of just how hard the airline industry was hit by covert nineteen you know federal filing United says it anticipates in may it will cut at least twenty percent of flights and will cancel flights on a rolling ninety day basis until it sees signs of a recovery United CEO and president say they will both four go one hundred percent of their base salaries until at least the end of June this comes less than a week after United announced cuts to its schedule in April American jet blue and delta have also announced they are reducing their schedules because of declining demand Alex stone ABC news now students at several schools around the state of Massachusetts over the past twenty four hours have been getting the same message after spring break don't come back WBZ TV's bill shields has more from Harvard one of the schools or schools doing it for the safety of us faculty and students virtual.
"harvard one" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And one of my favorites of course is to take on a they take these traditional goal songs and poems in and you know games that kids play with his hand jive games he's played a convert them into these really cool spiritual room see color chassis fusion you know sort of bland music if you can not get up for this in the morning you should just stay in there just just call in sick stay in bed this can get you in this Monday and this the that was some Machel Harvard's first and only instructor in the caliche language son comes to us by way of subtitle a podcast about languages and the people who speak that and finally today Gloria Gaynor a voice that defined discover in the nineteen seventies Gloria Gaynor released a string of.
"harvard one" Discussed on KCRW
"Competing no pun intended competing personalities here among the coaches right yeah you definitely have a different personalities and different ways that they approach their programs both coaches I will say are their prime objective is not necessarily about winning their third you know they are dedicated to making these kids great people and and get a giving them you know opportunities that they normally wouldn't have you got a lot of access to both of the schools by the way right this community was was one that just actually opened its arms and was was incredibly welcoming the kids the both the in both the teams and schools were were incredibly welcoming I'm gonna ask a question that that made may seem a little uncomfortable but but why not let's ask the question your white guy right yeah and there you are doing a a documentary about two predominantly almost vast majority Latino school how that make you feel and how did they take to you trying to do that well you know both of the schools they didn't seem like it was a weird thing at all I felt like was a weird thing you know at first when I went into it but also I mean I come from a documentary background where it does actually help to have a bit of objectivity from your subject matter what I wanted to do was explore American identity in a different way in a way that basically took how most people connected football is is kind of like you know middle American sport and and show that that these kids were were just as American as as anybody else then obviously the response from them was Hey let us show you right exactly ow you profile couple players from each team I want to talk first about gun a Mario Ramirez healthy sixteen so seventeen right he seventeen went when we're when I started coming and he's a he's a really strong student with big dreams for these are the three colleges that I got a letter from sources Harvard one Sandra has for Princeton football this is for yeah interesting.
"harvard one" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Jokes rule. So take a moment to make a moment and give your kid. It is easy is going to fatherhood dot gov. Brought to you by the US department of health and human services and the ad kids. Really Bernie L I F information still at five seventy AM and also at ninety six point three HD two. We're back here on the Ben Shapiro show. I'm Michael Knowles filling in with our ongoing coverage of international spike the football day. I say, it's international spike the football day because the Muller investigation was into Russian interference and collusion. So it's not just national spike the football day, but international day, we are very privileged to be joined now to discuss the Muller investigation and the report and the letter from attorney general bar by professor Alan Dershowitz, professor emeritus at Harvard, one of the foremost legal minds in the country. Very luckily, I ran into him in the FOX green room this weekend. And I convinced him to take time edifice very busy day to come speak to us about the Muller investigation. Professor Dershowitz, thank you so much for being here. Well, thank you. It was easy to convince me because you know, my wonderful daughter. You mentioned my daughter, I say that. Yes. Of course, they'll be on your show for. Professor, I am not too proud to call in personal.
"harvard one" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The uniform and donning bathing suits to plunge into the Atlantic to raise money for the Special Olympics. A lot of money to about one hundred and forty thousand dollars for major. This is a matter closer to his heart his brother special needs. This is humbled. Anything else? Healthy kids. We had the special moment to me. Special. I four kids. Love him. These law enforcement officers would like you to know the water is cold very cold on revere beach. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. A US navy veteran held in Iran since July has been sentenced to ten years in prison. Michael white of imperial City, California had been in Iran visiting a girlfriend whites. Lawyer Michael's eighty says he went there last summer with a lawful visa and was arrested and out of contact for much was charged convicted and sentenced on to allegations won a two year sentence for insulting the supreme leader. And then a ten year sentence for publicly posting private information, which we understand to refer to Instagram photo white served in the navy for thirteen years. A mob boss dead. Now, a suspect is being questioned in New York police the FBI track down a man in his mid twenties and took him to a precinct on Staten Island for questioning as a possible suspect in the shooting death of Francesco, Frankie boy, Kelly, the reputed boss of the Gambino crime family. The man was caught in brick New Jersey Kelly had been gunned down in front of his home by shooter who I backed his car into Kelly's Cadillac SUV. The killing was the first time mob boss had been murdered here in thirty years. Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York, five forty one in time for sports. Here's Dave Lewis. Kyrie Irving did the heavy lifting with thirty points, eleven rebounds and nine assists. Jalen Brown at twenty three off the bench after Gordon Hayward went to the bench with screen neck Celtics with a win over Atlanta. Final one twenty nine to one twenty in all five players in double figures. Bruins home to pay Columbus after dropping three straight on the road. Boston's second place in the division, nineteen points back of first place. Tampa Bay college basketball Harvard one went away from the NCAA tournament after a win over Penn. Sixty six fifty eight in the Ivy league semis. Bryce Aken led the way with nineteen points, five boards and four sis- Ivy league rookie of the year Noah Kirkwood, twelve points off the bench, the Harvard women play pen tonight in New Haven grapefruit league, Boston beat Atlanta..
"harvard one" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"And you start seeing the rematches. And and that's where I think you find a lot of value when you're handicapping college basketball. All right. So I wanted to continue with our conference by conference breakdowns here that we've been doing on the show, and you know, we're gonna hit a couple of really low major conferences. These are couple of conferences that I mentioned a lot of people don't handicapped, but you're covering all three hundred fifty three teams and you put out a fantastic college basketball guide over at wagertalk last night. But let's talk some Ivy league here Ralph, I know, it's it's one Kyle hunters least favorite conferences. So you know, from one handicapping mind to another. How do you feel about the Ivy? Well, you know, I it's been pretty much a, you know, a fourteen conference if you look back Harvard one in fifteen Yale with second Yale and Princeton the top to Princeton Harvard eighteen Penn and Harvard last year and this year, it's really again. Princeton Yale and Harvard. So, you know, your top teams are coming from that, you know, I think a lot of people ignore the Ivy because they're only looking at one game a week. You know, you play the Friday, Saturday schedules and people look at those early lines on Friday, and the Ivy games for Saturday aren't posted because they haven't played yet. And then there's so many other games on Saturday that they just get overlooked. But you know, there is some value. I've only used a handful of Ivy games. And you know, there's times where you know, you start working on a Saturday card on Friday, and I've even been a fault where I've. Liked the match up on Saturday, and I've missed it. Because of because of so many other games. You're you're in your handicapping thought Saturday morning, you're doing your final works on the sides, and the total checking all the line moves. You're releasing your plays. And then it's all crap. I forgot about that Ivy league game. So I've got better not to leave off value in the IV if it's there. But again, you know, I it's a situation where is putting up a quick number. If you pay attention to what happens Friday night, there is value. You can find on Saturday. I think one of the things that's really tough about the Ivy here. I mean, not only do you have a lot of teams that have played some pretty lacklustre schedules. But you don't have a whole lot of teams that are decent on offense and defense. You've got some teams that are pretty good on defense some teams that are okay on offense. But not many teams that do well in both departments. Yeah. You know, you you look at the Ivy as a whole, and really I mean, you you look at it as a conference top to bottom. If you look at the worst team, you know, the worst team in the ID is clearly Columbia, but they're still a decent team that is bad. But they're not horrendous. You know, the Ivy league Ken palm has rated higher than ten higher than the mountain west. Well, that's no surprise you. Take out in the Vada almost every conference would be higher than the mountain west higher than the sunbelt higher than the Missouri valley higher than see you say, so you know, your top team is Yale there in that eighty range and your worst team has Columbia. You're in your to sixty three range that means all your teams in the middle there. You know are in that one hundred fifty average team ring. So it makes them make somewhere they're very competitive top to bottom. You don't have the swings of some conferences where you have you know. A multi hundred you know, like the Vada against the worst team, San Jose. There's a huge gap. You don't have that in their plus the, you know, the familiarity and the plane back to back nights makes it, you know, make some so even now, you know, early we talk about the Ivy being smart kids, and and know how to play basketball, and you know, it all started with the Princeton days. But if you look at the Ivy ATS numbers this year. The worst team in the Ivy year to date is seven and eight Brown seven eight and three in Columbia are seven and eight every other team in the Ivy has they five hundred or a winning record against non conference foes now they've only played four conference game..
"harvard one" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We're very authentic place. And we so we really a seaside village on a beautiful Harvard's one of the deeper harbors in the country our airline flies into one of two national parks that allow planes to land. So you're you've land in the national seashore. So just in the very beginning arriving into town. You come to find that. It's just so unique and so different. But we don't have very few national chains. Everything is really the team and. Mom, mom and pop pop pop. Mom and moms, and you can if you're if you're going to town you can fly, of course in the Boston's Logan airport. And then as you mentioned, they ca- quick hop over on Cape air or you can my favorite way to arrive. In province town earliest arrive on the boat for Boston yet because it's very picturesque. If you get any kind of decent weather. It's a it's it's a beautiful arriving in providence count on a boat. Feels like he almost feel like a pilgrim. And we are the place of the pilgrims. I land. Yeah. Yeah. The big anniversary is coming up and people are going to talk about all of this stuff that happened in Plymouth five hundred years ago, but it happened in women. They made us before they got the Plymouth. They made a very important first landing. We have a wonderful place called first landing. Can we also have the pilgrim monument and museum province town museum? So there's a lot of really rich history and people have just been attracted to our shores for for four hundred. Plus if you're coming back for the four hundred anniversary of the pilgrims, and you're going to Plymouth rock, then province town is definitely a place. You want to be tell us a little bit. To get a wonderful opportunity to learn about the Indians who who were there for forever. Talk a little bit about some of the special events. So we have a dedicated women's weeks in providence. Was.